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. those hero transit workers knew to build that dam, not five feet tall, but 8 1/2 feet tall. the science worked. when you have a great big hurricane coming your way, maybe science becomes easier to trust. if you have ever lived through a big weather event, maybe a forest fire, a drought or a flood, you know what it means to check the weather every day like your life depends on it, because sometimes it does. even if you're just planning a picnic or a wedding outside, your need for accurate scientific information is clear. but if you're living in a place where scientists tell you something unsettling, not just your wedding plans, and the picnic next weekend, but your whole life and the viability of life where you're planning to live for a long time. if science is telling you something like that, then our reliance on science can sometimes get mixed up with our counting on politics. is city of norfolk, virginia is home to the largest naval base on earth. norfolk, virginia sits right beside is water. norfolk, virginia, now sometimes sits in the water. as we get for high tides and the high tid
. >>> harrison ford will be with us. his new movie brings him back to science fiction. >>> but first, here's a look at today's eye opener @ 8. >>> hold me accountable. i'm responsible. >> kathleen sebelius testified for 3 1/2 hours yesterday at a house committee hearing. >> how does the president get on top of this? >> i think he gets on top of it by having a website that actually works. >> a new report says the national security agency is monitoring e-mails and other information on google and yahoo! >> what a night here in fenway park. >> the red sox are world champions. >> i feel old. how do you feel right now? >> i'm back baby. >> it's not going to be a good halloween in the center part of the country overnight. people were rescued from high water in austin. >> i wanted to convey that whatever it was, we're going to help you through whatever it is. >> a lot of good people in the world. >> a lot of great people. >> i tried to push him away. only interested in the pope. >> why is it when kids walk up to a stranger's house and demand candy candy, they're cute but w
exhibition now open at the maryland science center. tickets available. >>> we have a fog related eastern school school advisory this morning. talbot county schools will be operating on a 90 minute delay. that means no morning pre-k due to fog. >>> concerns are being raised about security at federal facilities across the country. mike schuh has the story. >> reporter: good morning. a watchdog group said federal faciles are facilities can defend out of an attack. the attack last month since the attack at the nav yard congress is getting involved. there's 9,000 sites including 35 in maryland that need protection. the criticism that measures in training are not in place to stop a gunman on a rampage. there's a bill in congress to change that. one concern, the social security campus in wood lawn. >>> the family of a man who died in baltimore city police custody filed a wrongful lawsuit according to the baltimore sun. the suit alleges anthony anderson was beaten by three city detectives before he died last september. prosecutors said they found the detectives did not use excessive force. >>> a
to ignore medical science and watch women and children die for no reason. >> texas families are stronger and healthier when women across the state have access to quality health care. i would rather see our tax dollars spent on improving our kids' schools rather than defending this law. greg abott immediately filed an appeal to today's ruling. joining me now, msnbc and planned parenthood in houston, texas, one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit. this must have been quiet a win down there today. >> yes, lawrence, thank you. this ruling is a victory for our parents. it's a ruling for women. it sends a clear signal across 50 states. it is unconstitutional for politicians to pass laws that take away the private personal health care decisions that women make in consultation with their physician. >> melanie, i just want to check one thing. the 30 mile rule of being knocked out, does that mean there won't be any facilities that will have to close as a result of any other provisions in this law? >> well, that remains to be seen. but what this does mean is that women across the state will have acces
the national institute of science, national institute of health, centers for disease control, everything our public health systems in our state has brought together over these many years, and do that in combination with the private sector so that we can take the entrepreneurial advantage that the private sector can bring to this remedy. then that takes science and technology, most notably the genomic project going on with untold benefits. what the american people want to see is to help them out, to solve their problem, to help them get better health care. they don't want to see this endless tastes great/less filling debate from the committee. i challenge the chairman. let's do what we did with tax reform. break down to individual groups and solve this problem together so we are taking the best of the public sector, the best of the private sector, and all that innovation technology can bring to bear on changing the paradigm for the american citizen. so it's their health and well being that becomes the focus, not the ideology of either party. but the health and well-being of the american citiz
at lsu health science center. great to have you with us, doctor. appreciate your time tonight. is it disingenuous in a mislabel by the media and by the conservatives to use the term "sticker shock?" >> yeah, it is. because guess what? you're getting a better product. i mean, it's not sticker shock when you want to buy a rolls-royce and you get the rolls-royce. i mean, obviously, the subsidies are going to help pay for the insurance of the people. and that's why we have got to get the website fixed, and, you know, i'm not excusing obama care -- obama for this website debacle. but at the same time, the more we enroll people in the insurance, the price will go down. so it's not sticker shock. and we've got to get the website fixed so we can enroll more people. >> now, the affordable care act has standards that we haven't seen before. it's going to weed out the junk insurance. i want to know, what's your reaction as a doctor to that? what does that mean to you, the provider? >> well, i'm really upset about it. because the issue is 90% of americans never read their insurance policy
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of the public health system. and now, with the affordable care act, everything that science, technology and innovation can bring to baear t make sure that the american people get the very best and are saved from being destitute, from losing their homes. from being denied coverage. >> congressman, does the president need to do more than what he did today? i mean, today i thought it was outstanding. >> i think that the more that the president gets out there and explains it. as you have said a number of times, we need to underscore especially this, the underinsured here. and this is where the problem has occurred. and listen, with any rollout of any major plan there's going to be problems, but everybody should be pulling to the. and the president called and prevailed upon the whole nation to come together here. this is where i think the fault of conservatism is. here they have a plan that was, that is their line of thinking. >> and you know, here is a way to deal with the national debt, to deal with the sequester. because 18%, 18% of our gdp is expended in health care, the most inefficient
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've got two life sciences, amgen which has been doing well ever since. another example of a company is life technologies. being bought by thermo fisher, another terrific company and itself a big winner. the acquiring companies have been phenomenally successful this year which is why it's not a surprise to see that constellation brands hit an all-time high. the cramer fave has made all of the difference in the sleepy spirits company that everyone seemed to hate for a long time. medium stocks are represented by comcast, parent company of this network and newscorp. who said that cord cutting was all the rage for cable? who said content is dead? both again defy the conventional wisdom. to me, they're here because of profitability. producing extremely robust growth from cash flow. news corp.'s entrance reminds us how breaking up is hard to do. fox's sister company is up 47% year-to-date. you want a good sign for the country and california in particular? then take heart that sempra energy is on the list. in southern california gas. i knew southern california gas. they tracked me down afte
in may. he attended cross bury high school, and received his bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering and computer science from the university of connecticut. he's a veteran of three space flights having logged nearly 40 days in space. he continues to be an inspiration for students back home in connecticut and around the world. we wish him the best of luck and a safe journey. thank you. i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? >> to address the house for one minute. revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. >> thank you, mr. speaker. mr. conaway: just how the unaffordable care act as i'm often corrected back home in district 11, let's look at recent headlines about the launch of the new website. the "orlando sentinel" called it a hit or miss proposition. cnn called it, americans are still having a tough time. what an understatement. we all know how about the obamacare website built with taxpayer dolla
an unprecedented opportunity, using science and technology, to create a better understanding of landscapes than ever before, to advance important conservation goals and achieve our development objectives together. it's not an either or. it can't be. we're already seeing this approach work. as we seek to meet present obama's goal of uprooting 20,000 megawatts of renewable energy on public lands by 2020. it's a goal towards which my predecessor ken salazar made huge strides. for example, in southern california and we're working with the state on something called the desert renewable energy conservation plan. it's an ambitious plan. in that region, we are going to be blending science and satellite data, identifying the areas of highest energy potential but also high priority conservation lands in the mojave desert. it's interesting because i happened to know two young scientists who both did some of the early work after graduating from school by counting desert tortoises. i do nothing why they're counting desert tortoises until he came to the job and you're doing work on behalf of the usgs and eff
institute of building sciences issued a report that concluded that for every dollar that we spend on various mitigation measures, we can save $4 in response and recover costs. for a $1 investment, we end up saving $4. for mitigation we can save money and most importantly, save lives. we must ensure that sound policies are incorporated into this recovery effort. this this is especially import as climate change drives the chevrolet and increases the severity and frequency of coastal storms. by working together we can rebuild and blk stronger by better protecting ourselves from future storms. but in doing see we can't ignore what i believe and what many experts believe that may be the underlying cause of storms like hurricane sandy. it's not enough to just address the symptom, that is the storm, the wind, the sea level rise, the surge, we need to address the underlying cause or causes. as we recover from sandy and put into place the protections we need to reduce the impact of the next big one, we would make a mistake if we didn't think about what we need to do to address not just the symptoms o
no player can see. >> so the system is showing real-time impact. >> can science prevent concussions? >> i did my job and just had to sacrifice my brain to do it. >> condition critical, new documents revealing how many people signed up for health insurance in the first days of the troubled website. >> a stunning admission by the u.s., john kerry saying some u.s. surveillance has gone too far, just as some giant tech companies are pushing back against the government. >> the dispute between china and japan growing bigger as both sides ramp up their sabre rattling and the danger of a military conflict. >> i was expecting it not to be so severe. >> a young woman injured in a boat accident has a chance to walk again, thanks to new surgery for spinal victims. >> welcome to aljazeera america, i'm del walters. for more than a month now, the obama administration has been saying that millions of people have visited the affordable care act website. so many they caused the site to crash. officials have been quiet on how many actually enrolled, saying the numbers were not yet available. now there are n
wars movend and the whip-cracking snake-hating indiana jones. he now stars in a science fiction "enders' game." >> so i anticipate them. >> you're not ready. >> you're never ready. you know when you're ready enough. >> welcome. great to see you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> tell us about it, this film wand wait was that made it you want to do it. >> it's a story based on the future that predicted the internet. it didn't predict al gore but it predidn'ted the enter net. so there's a profound wisdom in this book and it's a story set in the future when earth has suffered an alien invasion, another earth form comes to earth. now there's conflict, a pushback. the best soldiers to fight this kind of war are yum people. very young people trained in strategy in a waitness environment but who have the capacity to correlate and manipulate best the amount of information and derive strategies from it. and this young man i have recruit and trained, young ender, is especially bright but he comes from a troubles family and i am a manipulator and a mentor. >> yo you a good guy or bad guy? >> yo
and marine science at the university of south florida, and finally, we'll all remember his work on behalf of sick children and creating a national registry for bone marrow donors. he has left behind a rich legacy that we as members of congress must all aspire to achieve. the chairman was never afraid to reach across the aisle and worked for the greater good. i'm extremely thankful that i was able to express my gratitude to him last week when i visited him at his bedside and i told him how much all of his colleagues loved him and his constituents appreciated all that he did for them. in closing, my father, former sent ssman mike bilirakis to him. dear bill. since we are roughly the same age, remember i'm five months older, so we joked about respecting your elders. we have expected that this day would come for both of us, but first for me and not so soon. we grew up in the same pittsburgh area at the same time, tough depression, poverty, which made us tough. we didn't know each other then, decreed we our lord would meet years later. we worked hard and became successful, the good old america
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science. he was invited with less than a week's notice to come before this committee. he couldn't make it that day. he asked for some other day. he went to omb and had nothing to do with the solyndra contract. did he come before us and talk about it. the sole role is to represent omb. i don't think he ought -- there ought to be any disparagement of him. he is a very wealth regarded public servant. >> the gentleman's public will stand. >> thank you, mr. chairman. welcome madam secretary. now we all agree the website problems must be resolved. this country invented and developed internet and the concept of the web sites. so there are high expectations. the fact that the hired private contractors didn't build the website in three years is inexcusable. i hope those at fault will be held accountable. we can't lose sight of the big picture that, when this is all said and done every american will have affordable quality health insurance and health care. this is a goalie believe of all democrats and republicans. the aca is working in california and is working in my district in sacramento. i ju
is quoted in "the christian science monitor" as saying it is a raw deal for the young. he said premiums will go up for young people to subsidize the elders. guest: i think his facts are wrong. if you look at the numbers that are coming out, they are actually lower than anticipated. again, if you make $17,000 a year, you are a young person, you can find a plan for $15 a month, $40 a month, and potentially less. if you make $25,000 a year, you might find a plan for $75 a month, $100 a month. the uninsured single, young adult population would qualify for insurance under $50 a month. fail to those studies take into account the subsidies which disproportionately help people at the lower end of the economic spectrum, which happens to be a lot of young people. host: well, the penalties for the uninsured in 2014 -- next year it will be $95 per adult, or one percent of family income, whichever is lower. 3 hundred $25 per adult, in2% of income, and finally 2016, 600 $95 per adult, or 2.5% of family income. the think those are fair? guest: it is important to have a system where everybody pays in.
there is a very legitimate debate over which side is more likely to win. all this is sort of art based on science. it is a little bit of both. , first of all, jennifer duffy, our senate or governor, editor. she has been doing this since 1988. i have been doing it since 1984. have seen every seat come out. what we hear from strategist, what we have from people was talked in the state, what the numbers look like. what the opposition looks like. restart a for the general assessment and these things evolve over the course of an election cycle. mcconnell oftch kentucky. the senate republican leader and the democratic side mark dreier who is seeking reelection. then you have to currently democratic seats that are leaning republican in montana and west virginia. a number of lean democratic seats held by democrats baggage another in indiana, mary landrieu in indiana. carl levin is retiring in michigan and kay hagan who is seeking reelection in north carolina. the way i start offending it up seatsre are 34 democratic that are not up this time. 31 republican. then thereabouts seven gimme putts for democrat
-- this young icon will show you that nothing gets her down. [ male announcer ] itchy scalp, meet selsun science. you're history. selsun blue itchy dry scalp. gets to the root of dandruff and hydrates the scalp. selsun blue itchy dry scalp. >>> welcome back to "the young icons." >> i'm madison franks, i'm 16. i love music. >> madison or maddie for short is a vibrant team who had to deal with the headache of a brain tumor for the better part of her life. >> when i was 8 years old i was diagnosed with a brain tumor. i had a lot of doctors' appointments. ten brain operations, six weeks of radiation. i went to the emergency room every ten days for about a year and a half. >> she has a benign pituitary tumor in the brain. as her neuro surgeon says there is nothing benign about what grows in the brain. she had a dozen brain surgeries. >> sometimes i look at my brain tumor as a gift, not a curse, because it made me a better person. i don't look liking at it negatively. >> madison usually gets headaches on a daily basis, but something to help take her mind off it is art. believe it or not, singing. >> f
a demonstration because one of my science teachers did this to illustrate what dry ice is and the process this goes through 'cause it goes through something called sublimation, which is when ice goes from a substance to a gas. here is dry ice. everybody know what is it looks like. for halloween, you can drop it into a cup of hot water and then it will create that fog. it's a little breezy. so it's actually going towards the side over here. this is something you can do on halloween. if you're safe in a well ventilated area and with gloves, of course. now let's look at the weather conditions across the country because we do have some extreme weather to tell you about, especially across parts of texas where we have flash flood warnings in effect and watches stretching up through sections of missouri. we've had eight inches of rain in some of these areas. again, very dangerous weather ongoing across that area. now we want to take a look at that storm system producing some areas of rain, from texas all the way up into the great lakes and later on this afternoon, we do have the risk for severe
on science and technology, transportation and infrastructure, she co-chairs the woman's caucus and she is the chair of the democratic women's working group. she also co-founded the national network to end domestic violence in 1994. she was the executive director. am proud to ask my colleague, the honorable donna edwards, to consume as much time as she may. ms. edwards: i thank the gentleman and i thank you very and i know that you join with your colleague, mr. poe of texas, in hosting this hour so that we can have an opportunity to remember why it is that we identify and commemorate domestic violence awareness month. and to make a commitment from this day forward and this coming year to the next time when we have this observance to do what we can to end domestic violence. and i think after all that is the goal. i can't remember, mr. green, when i first became interested in domestic violence. and even aware of domestic violence. but i look back to the times when i was growing up, i grew up in a military family, and we lived in very close quarters and our neighbors, we shared a wall in t
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